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10 Yard Dumpster (2 TONS) 4,000LBS
20 Yard Dumpster (3 TONS) 6,000LBS
30 Yard Dumpster (4 TONS) 8,000LBS
40 Yard Dumpster (5 TONS) 10,000LBS
Crawfordville since the 1800s
Crawfordville is a city in Florida that began as part of a Port Leon, which sits on the S. Marks River near today’s city of St. Marks but was destroyed by a hurricane in the 1800s. The City was relocated to today’s Crawfordville, which was named after Senator John L. Crawford and serves as the county seat for Wakulla County. Those privileged to live in Crawfordville know of its tradition of local mercantilism and the Historic Courthouse, built in at the end of the 19th Century, which embodies the history and current day ambiance of the city.
Hazardous Waste Day
Hazardous waste is dangerous to the environment, public health, and in many cases, sanitation workers. But for many of us in Wakulla County, it can be difficult to get to a facility to dispose of waste and, if many of us are being completely honest, if can be hard to know what can be recycled.
To address this, Wakulla County hosts Household Hazardous Waste Days. These events are for residents of the County and offer a convenient time and place to go through the kitchen cabinets and garage and remove these items. But what exactly constitutes hazardous waste and what should and should not be brought into a center or to the Household Hazardous Waste Days? Here is a list of items that can an cannot be brought to the event:
- Cleaning chemicals: We all have cleaning chemicals, some of which we do not use we want to get rid of. Many of these items are hazardous and should be disposed of through a hazardous waste center or even, such as wood, oven, metal cleaners, toilet bowl cleaners, disinfectants, and drain openers.
- Yard chemicals: Many acceptable yard chemicals can be brought in for processing and are commonly found in shed and garages, such as herbicides, pesticides (and rodenticides), and fungicides.
- Automotive chemicals: Many of us have a garage full of automotive chemicals, many of which can be disposed of through the hazardous waste process, including dirty motor oil and fuels (gasoline, diesel, and kerosene) solvents (e.g. grease and rust), cleaners (e.g. fuel injector and carburetor cleaners), refrigerants and coolants, starter fluids, and body putty.
- Other chemicals: include preservative for wood, nail polish and remover, pool and photo processing chemicals, radioactive materials, and compressed gasses.
- Electronics: Most electronics can be brought to Hazardous Waste Day events including things like old computers and parts, old televisions, DVD and VCR players, radios, cell phones and smartphones, and that old satellite dish.
- Batteries: Lithium and alkaline batteries, button batteries, and car batteries are acceptable.
- Bulbs: Fluorescent bulbs and tubes are acceptable.
Items that are NOT ACCEPTED at the Household Hazardous Waste Days include tires and biological waste.
EPA Recommendations for Handling Hazardous Waste
It is not enough to simply take hazardous waste to the appropriate center for disposal. It is also important to understand how to properly handle these items that, truth be told, many of us do not spend much time thinking about. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) offers advice on how to safely manage our hazardous waste in a way that minimizes risk.
- The EPA recommends that hazardous waste is never stored in food containers but keep these solutions in their original containers so that they can be identified.
- Never mix forms of hazardous waste, like cleaners, together to save space. Mixes substances in some cases may explode or react in some other way or may not be able to be recycled.
- Regarding chemicals and other substances, always follow the directions on the product and keep labels on products.
- Be carful when bringing hazardous waste to a household hazardous waste center or hazardous waste collection event that waste does not leak or mix, as this may become hazardouse to your skin and that of the waste management worker or may have a reaction.